Cookie Policy - To find out more about cookies on this website, see our privacy policy

Cookie Policy

We Help Companies Find New Sales Opportunities

We Help Companies Find New Sales Opportunities


Jarvis is to sell its Prismo road markings business to Ennis Paint of the US for £9.5m.

Jarvis has sold its Techspan road signs business to Hill Smith for £0.9m.

Jarvis is to relocate the head office for its rail renewals and plant hire business from London to York next month, but most of the 60 staff have opted not to move.

Jarvis has sold its European roads business to the Somaro subsidiary of Bouygues for £25m.

Jarvis is planning to sell its private finance initiative unit to Hochtief Projektentwicklung of Germany for undisclosed terms.

Jarvis has sold its entire stake in Ultramast, the developer of mobile telephone radio masts, to Shere Group, a joint venture company formed by Babcock & Brown and four Ultramast managers, for £0.3m.

Jarvis has won a £339m contract to build and maintain student accommodation for the University of Lancaster.

Jarvis has won a £97m contract to build and operate the UK's first PFI ambulatory care centre at the City Hospital in Birmingham.

Jarvis has been selected as preferred bidder to build a £25m walk-in care centre for Birmingham City Hospital NHS Trust, one of 20 planned throughout the country.

Jarvis and Kier have won private finance initiative contracts worth £358m to build and refurbish 30 schools, with the Jarvis contract covering Liverpool and Kier's covering Essex.

Jarvis has acquired a 51% stake in Avonwood Developments for £1.1m, in order to develop new systems to monitor the condition of railway lines.

Jarvis has won a £54m contract under the private finance initiative to build and maintain a community learning centre at Sandhill View in Sunderland.

Jarvis has announced plans to build a £60m student village to provide accommodation for up to 1,000 people in south-east London.

Jarvis has won a contract from Accor to build a £6m 210-bedroom hotel in Wembley.

Jarvis has sold its Laybond building products business to a management team for £20m, in order to focus on facilities management.

Jarvis is forming a joint venture with Kirklees Council in West Yorkshire to invest £43m in the upgrade of 20 schools.

Jarvis is acquiring Trafiroad, the Belgian road marking and maintenance company, for up to £8.5m, as part of a strategy to expand its facilities management business into continental Europe.

Jarvis has acquired Fastline, the rail track renewal company, for £50m, and is also buying the outstanding 50% of Relayfast for £5m.

Jarvis is buying Northern Infrastructure Maintenance Company from the British Railways Board, for £9m.